Pelé Over two decades, the Brazilian ruled football. FFT gets some of the most sought-after answers from the man himself
Francesco Totti Francesco Totti remained a one-club man until his retirement in 2017, having scored 300 goals and won the World Cup with Italy – but was still never appreciated as he should have been on these shores. Andrew Murray wonders why...
Pelé It's been 60 years since the Brazilian made his debut for a growing club on the outskirts of Sao Paulo. By the time Pele left, he was the greatest goalscorer of all time and had transformed the Peixe into a global force
Johan Cruyff Mesmerising player, revolutionary coach, brilliant pundit: for 40 years, Johan Cruyff has entertained, enthralled and inspired legions of football fans all over the world. Simon Kuper pays tribute to the Dutch master...
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